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London Coliseum

Roland Petit’s Le Jeune Homme et la Mort is a succinct, sexually charged work – particularly for 1946 when it premiered. From the moment Ivan...

Satori is the Japanese Buddhist term for ‘awakening’ or ‘seeing into one’s true nature’. And if anyone needed a lesson in self-awareness, it is...

Thirteen dance works in one evening may seem like a bargain. But for this latest programme curated by Ivan Putrov to explore the role...

Svetlana Zakharova is the doyenne of the Bolshoi, famed for her rangy and regal aesthetic, the sumptuous suppleness of her line and extravagantly arched...

Back in June 2011 English National Opera staged the world premiere of Nico Muhly’s first opera, Two Boys – a co-production with the Metropolitan...

As international ballet star Ivan Putrov’s showcase of how the role of the male dancer has changed over the last 100 years returns to...

Seventh-century Lombardy, the setting of Handel’s Rodelinda, may feel remote even by opera seria standards, but in Richard Jones’ 2014 English National Opera staging,...

Forced to dispense with unaffordable innovation, English National Opera repeats another of its classic Jonathan Miller productions, last seen only two years ago. The...

Verdi’s Aida lends itself to spectacle. Set in ancient Egypt, and with temple scenes and triumphal processions crucial to the plot, it’s an opera...
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